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12.5" Lift Kit Installed with OUO Accessories

I have always wanted to go higher with my truck. It has been quite a project over the last few years. Well it finally has happened... I called Clay up with Riffraff Diesel and he set me up. This is what I ordered...

- Icon 12.5" lift kit
- One Up Offroad Traction Blocks One Up Offroad Home
- Attitude Performance Re-indexing Ring for the Transfercase
- Attitude Performance Transmission Crossmember
- Dynatrac Ball Joints
- One Up Offroad extended my rear driveline
- Stainless Brake Lines
- Icon's Signature Series Reservoir Shocks
- One Up Offroad Carrier Bearing Drop Kit
- Some 40" Toyo M/t's that I got off Craigslist

So far it rides better then the tuff country 6" lift kit, and even turns better too....

I have to thank Clay for getting everything together, he has been a great help to my project. Any of you guys who need anything... and I mean anything, Clay can find it. Shoot him an email and I challenge you to find something that he can't get.....

I also have to thank Milleroutdoors (Mark) for letting me use his shop and helping me out through the whole process!!! Then Rockrunner (Tyler) also helped me out with part of the install. Then thanks to Dave at OUO, he is DA MAN!

Next on the list is some One up offroad steps and their fancy hitch..... and plus some needed gears... :-jammin

Here are some pics... not the greatest. Hopefully the weather gets nicer, it has been pretty nasty the last couple of weeks.



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This truck is so nice. That paint job looks expensive

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Also have a Cherokee built for Rock crawling and a bagged nissan that lays frame. BMW, and Lifted Bronco.
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Nice truck. I'm not so impressed with the lift cause I've already got 11" ;-) but I'm curious about the lighting in your grill. What have you got mounted in there?

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Looks great! Thanks for all the detailed pictures.
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Spyntec

Very very nice truck, must make heads turn eh!

I'm looking at replacing my unit bearings with a conversion kit and I noticed you have the spyntec- I like this kit!
I was wondering if you took note the distance that your new hub sticks out compared to the stock one? I'm wanting to really change my setup but I don't want it sticking out too far looking like a 1981 chev on steel rims if ya know what I mean.

Right now I've got black rockstars on my truck, I think they sit out about 1" from stock but the inside offset is the same.

Let me know what you think of the conversion- opinions on Milemarker VS Warn?

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